admire
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. admirar 
admire [ədˈmaɪəʳ]
transitive verb
(gen) admirar; (express admiration for) elogiar
she was admiring herself in the mirror se estaba admirando en el espejo
admirar
transitive verb
1. (personaje, obra de arte) 
a. to admire 
lo admiro por su honradezI admire his honesty
ser de admirarto be admirable
2. (sorprender) 
a. to amaze 
me admira su descaroI can't believe his cheek
admirarse
pronominal verb
3. (general) 
a. to be amazed 
admirarse de algoto be amazed at something
admirar
transitive verb
1 (estimar) to admire
admirar algo/a algn to admire sth/sb
admira a su profesor admirar a algn por algo
lo admiran por su coraje he is admired for his courage
admiran al presidente por resolver la crisis con rapidez
sus progresos son de admirar his progress is admirable
2 (contemplar) [+cuadro, panorama] to admire
admiramos el paisaje desde la cima we admired the scenery from the top of the hill
en el museo se pueden admirar bellas pinturas
3 (asombrar) to amaze; astonish
su descaro admiró a todos everyone was amazed o astonished at o by his nerve; me admira tu ingenuidad your ingenuity amazes o astonishes me; no es de admirar que haya triunfado it's hardly surprising that she has won
pronominal verb
admirarse (asombrarse) to be amazed; be astonished
se admiraron de mi forma de enfocar el tema me admiré de la violencia del espectáculo se admiró de saberlo
Verb Conjugations for admirar
Gerund: admirando
Participle: admirado
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yoadmiroadmiréadmirabaadmiraríaadmiraré
admirasadmirasteadmirabasadmiraríasadmirarás
él/ella/Ud.admiraadmiróadmirabaadmiraríaadmirará
nosotrosadmiramosadmiramosadmirábamosadmiraríamosadmiraremos
vosotrosadmiráisadmirasteisadmirabaisadmiraríaisadmiraréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.admiranadmiraronadmirabanadmiraríanadmirarán
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